Flash flooding occurs when precipitation falls too rapidly to be absorbed by the ground, thus causing a sudden overflow of rivers, lakes, or even dry creek beds. Areas with smaller amounts of annual precipitation tend to be more susceptible to these floods, making deserts and valleys particularly dangerous.
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